regexport package provides a system for exporting regression
tables to the format typically used in academic publications. This format
is characterized by a list of regression coefficients presented in rows
and, in the case where more than one regression model is displayed, the
individual regressions are displayed as columns. For each coefficient,
the estimate is presented with the standard error below in parentheses.
Statistically significant coefficients are shown with custom formatting,
defaulting to the typical convention using stars.
This is an alpha release. Your comments and suggestions are appreciated. Please be aware that the package is likely to change in the future, including both underlying data structures and function parameters.
as.regexport is the main function to convert regression output
into a convenient format for use in publications. In fact, its
regexcel outputs a single regression model or a
regressions to Microsoft Excel spreadsheet format using the
regmarkdown outputs a single regression model or a
of regressions to a character vector in Pandoc markdown format, making it
easy to output tables in RMarkdown documents.
reghtml outputs a single regression model or a
regressions to an html table, making it easy to incorporate in web pages.
Phillip Bastian, Research Scholar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Center for the Globalization of Education and Management
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
New York University
Citations are appreciated! Please use:
Phillip Bastian (2020). regexport: Regression Table Output for R. R package version 0.10.
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